THE AUTHOR IS CRUELAND OFFENSIVE.
AND FOR THESE REASONS,WE DEMAND THIS BOOK BE BANNED
FROM ALL SCHOOLS,STORES, AND LIBRARIES.
THIS BOOK IS NOTHINGBUT SMUT AND VULGARITY
PURELY FOR THE SAKEOF SMUT AND VULGARITY.
- THAT'S JUST BECAUSEYOU'RE TOO YOUNG
TO UNDERSTANDTHE UNDERLYING THEMES.
- THERE ARENO UNDERLYING THEMES!
WE KNOW THAT FOR A FACT!
- YOU JUST FAILED TO UNDERSTANDWHAT THE AUTHOR MEANT.
- THE AUTHOR MEANT TO BEAS GROSS AS POSSIBLE
BECAUSE IT WAS FUNNY.
- NO, NO, NO.
THAT'S SUCHA SIMPLISTIC VIEW.
- GOD DAMN IT, THERE ISNO DEEPER MEANING IN THIS BOOK.
READ IT AGAIN!
- OH, SO YOU'RE SUGGESTING
THAT THE AUTHORJUST ARBITRARILY MADE FUN
OF SARAH JESSICA PARKERFOR NO REASON.
- BUT WHAT WOULD BETHE POINT?
- THERE'S IS NO POINT!
IT'S JUST BECAUSESARAH JESSICA PARKER
IS FUCKING UGLY!
- NO WRITERWOULD TAKE THE TIME
TO MAKE FUNOF SARAH JESSICA PARKER
JUST BECAUSE THEY THINKSHE'S UGLY.
boys: YES, THEY WOULD!
- IT IS BECAUSEMS. JESSICA PARKER
IS A METAPHOR IN THE BOOK
FOR OPPRESSIONFELT BY THE LOWER CLASS.
DUDE, THAT IS NOTIN THE BOOK AT ALL!
- BOYS, THIS BOOKIS AN IMPORTANT LOOK
AT HOW LIBERALS ARE HURTINGTHIS COUNTRY, AND WE--
- WHAT?SCROTIE MCBOOGERBALLS
IS THE MOST CONSERVATIVE-HATINGLIBERAL IN LITERATURE!
- WHAT BOOK DID YOU READ?
- THERE'S NOTHINGABOUT LIBERALS OR CONSERVATIVES!
- OH, YEAH, THEN WHY DOES
SARAH JESSICA PARKER'SBUTT CHEESE
END UPIN SCROTIE'S MILKSHAKE?
- BREAKING NEWS FROM ACCLAIMEDAUTHOR LEOPOLD STOTCH.
No Deeper Meaning
The boys fight to get Scrotie's tale banned.
The latest in scientific testing reveals that some of the boys at South Park Elementary have a sex addiction problem.x CLOSE
The boys are given a controversial book to read in school and it inspires them to write one of their own.x CLOSE
Cartman's favorite restaurant has been shut down and replaced by a store that sells medicinal marijuana. Meanwhile, Randy is desperate to get a prescription card to treat his testicular cancer.x CLOSE
When Kyle begs Stan to "friend" him, Stan gets sucked into Facebook.x CLOSE
The town of South Park faces a class action lawsuit as every celebrity they've ever ridiculed is out for revenge.x CLOSE
Angry celebrities, violent ginger kids and Mecha Streisand are about to destroy South Park and all anyone wants to know is, "Who is Eric Cartman's father?"x CLOSE
Jimmy and Timmy are off to summer camp with all their handicapable friends.x CLOSE
Cartman dreams of being a NASCAR driver and he's willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen.x CLOSE
New Jersey is taking over the nation one state at a time. Randy and the boys take a stand as the Jerseyites approach South Park.x CLOSE
When Stan is sent to the school counselor because he's holding on to an obscene number of useless possessions, he realizes that Mr. Mackey has a hoarding disorder too.x CLOSE
Garrison hands out copies of the book "Catcher in the Rye" to the class.x CLOSE
The boys discover their controversial book assignment isn't really that controversial.x CLOSE
Stan, Kenny, Cartman, and Kyle decide to write their own novel.x CLOSE
Stan's parents fight their way through the boys' book...and absolutely love it.x CLOSE
The boys find someone to blame for their foul-mouthed book.x CLOSE
The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs becomes a bestselling phenomenon, making people around the world vomit.x CLOSE
The boys confront Butters about stealing their book.x CLOSE
Butters goes on the Today show to promote his amazingly successful book.x CLOSE
The boys fight to get Scrotie's tale banned.x CLOSE
Acclaimed author Leopold Stotch reveals his plan for a Scrotie sequel. Meanwhile, the boys plot their revenge.x CLOSE